Homeschool Reading & Language Arts Curriculums
Your guide to the best homeschool curriculums & resources for literature and language arts.
Top 5 Homeschool Language Arts Curriculums - Voted by YOU!
If you are like other home school moms and dads, you are looking to make an informed decision on the best Homeschool reading and language arts programs out there. We have a top 5 list based on feedback from several thousand homeschool families!
Allow your child to fall in love with reading and language arts with one of these enriching, entertaining, and Biblically based curriculums.
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Top 5 Elementary Reading & Language Curriculums
Reading & Phonics
Language & Literature
For elementary reading and language curriculums, we have these broken out into two categories: Reading and Phonics and Elementary Language Arts and/or Literature.
Top 5 Middle School Language & Literature Curriculums
Reading comprehension and literature becomes more complex as students get into middle school as well as correct grammar usage, sentence structure and organization.
These are the top-rated middle school literature and language programs available for home school families.
Top 5 High School Language & Literature Curriculums
As students approach high school, literature and language arts skills like critical and analytical thinking are introduced.
Finding the best homeschool literature and language program can really help your student master these skills and get him/her ready for college level courses. Knowing you have a solid plan will also help reduce stress and create a more peaceful learning environment.
Plus, since you won’t be lesson planning, it will leave more time for the fun stuff!
Sonlight offers a comprehensive language arts curriculum from preschool through high school.
Sonlight offers a flexible curriculum using the natural language learning method that students find to be an easy way to process and learn.
Homeschool Language Arts Resources
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Speaker: Vicki Bentley As a busy mom, do you sometimes struggle with lesson planning, keeping the house somewhat presentable, teaching, keeping up with the laundry, AND getting dinner on the table the same day you homeschool? Come hear practical tips and encouragement from a fellow homeschool mom of many. Your husband and children will thank […]
Speaker: Stephen Buettell Navigating dual enrollment and the high school years can be a challenging task. Stephen shares what to look for and how to approach the high school years with an eye toward college and dual enrollment. Listen Now
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Speaker: Linda Hobar You’ve done your research and you’re all set to teach the three R’s: reading, ‘riting, and ‘rithmetic. Good for you! But how in addition to that will you run the vacuum, put away the laundry, and mop? If you need tips for getting it all done around your home, join veteran homeschool […]
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Speaker: Hal and Melanie Young What’s going on with our kids’ generation when 75% despair about the future, 42% are dealing with mental health issues, and a shocking number are struggling with sexuality and gender? Our grandparents formed The Greatest Generation, but they call our children’s The Most Fearful. Generation Z, now 10 to 25 […]
Speaker: Janet Smith This workshop will help you teach your students how to handle money God’s way versus the world’s way. You will learn how to prepare them to handle money for a lifetime! How young should you start? As soon as they know what money is. Listen Now
Speaker: Israel Wayne Studies show that 70% of churched youth abandon the Christian faith sometime before high school graduation. While there are no guarantees in parenting, there are steps parents can take that have been proven through various studies to statistically improve the chances of your child embracing and remaining in the faith. Learn what […]
Speaker: Mike Snavely This session provides a biblical alternative to the standard explanation for these creatures, and answers the basic questions everyone has on the subject – What were dinosaurs? When did they live? What really happened to them? Does the Bible talk about them?, etc. This is one of our most requested sessions. Listen […]
Speaker: Glenn Ransom Want to bring your family together? Desire to help your family grow a relationship with God? Get caught up in not having enough time, struggling to understand things or cannot find what you’re looking for? This session shows you a tool to overcome these and discover the benefits of family devotions. Listen […]
Speaker: Whitney Newby How do you navigate visiting the library when it can feel like a minefield? Do you just stop going? Do you pre-read every book that comes through your doors? In this session, Whitney will discuss practical ways to navigate the public library to find rich, wholesome, developmentally-appropriate reading material for children. Listen […]
Speaker: Heidi St. John Right place. Right time. Right team. We’re raising a generation of Daniels as America becomes a modern Babylon. The Lord has set us apart for such a time as this and He has a purpose for each of us and each of our children. Heidi St John lays out the rules […]
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Speaker: Chuck Black The description of the Enemy in our modern world seems overwhelming at times, especially for young people. Is there scientific evidence for God? Does faith deny logic and reason? Chuck tackles these challenging questions and offer solid answers through practical apologetics. Equip your youth using the synergy between scripture, science technology, logic […]
Speaker: Adelaide Olguin Want a foreign language to be a part of your homeschool? But your family is either stuck learning vocab words instead of immersing yourself in the language by talking in it together or the whole idea of learning a foreign language is super overwhelming? I grew up monolingual and learned to conjugate […]
Speaker: Danni Gugel ADHD can be exhausting for the child and the parent, especially when that parent is also the teacher! Join us to learn everything you need to know about ADHD. We’ll cover symptoms, diagnosis, and research-based options for treatments that work! Participants will: ~Learn methods for diagnosing ADHD ~Learn types and common symptoms […]
Speaker: David Nunnery Gratitude is so powerful in the heart of a believer. It will transform your home, your heart, and your mind. It will improve your platform for teaching, heal your marriage, and so much more. Listen Now
Speaker: Chris Kaspar When Cain killed Abel, he ran to technology to fill the God-shaped hole in his life. How can we apply transcendent truths to today’s choices regarding technology? Let’s dive into a topic that rarely hits the pulpit but is intensely relevant. Understand fundamental Biblical principles and guide your familys vision for technology. […]
Speaker: Ginny Yurich Bring Deuteronomy 6:7 to life! “You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise.” Opportunities to teach Biblical truths are all around us. Learn ten practical […]
Speaker: Kirk Martin So marriage is tougher then you expected. You thought everything was white picket fences and then you had kids. And now the real you is coming out. Before you had kids (and all that stress and anxiety), you were patient, fun, had energy, you listened. But now you yell, withdraw, snipe at […]
Speaker: Christine Zell Unit studies can become some of the most fun lessons in your homeschool! They give you an opportunity to dig deep and get hands on. Get your thinking caps ready and come alongside Christine as you create a unit study together. She’ll show you how she goes down the Rabbit Trail to […]
Speaker: Kathy Koch Although most homeschooling days are probably about learning, remembering, and completing papers and projects, studying is also important. Have you taught your children HOW to study or do you think they’ll figure it out one day? Studying matters today and for their future. Dr. Kathy will suggest that you teach strategies from […]
Speaker: Robyn van Eck With a tip of the hat to the late, great John Taylor Gatto, what is the true history of education, the story you’ve never been told? Do we really owe all we know about education to John Dewey and the ancient Greeks? Learn how we ended up where we are today, […]
Speaker: Lee Jenkins Learn practical strategies to create a learning environment where students exceed educational expectations, and their enthusiasm to learn is driven by continued success. Developing skill, will and thrill for students will result in better outcomes and happier kids! Listen Now
Speaker: Rich and Barb Heki Whether homeschooling was your fondest dream or worst nightmare, you parents and grandparents jumped into it, but it’s just not working the way you thought it should! Maybe you don’t like it, or the kids/grandkids don’t like it. And you’re driving one another crazy! Or maybe you like it, but […]
Speaker: Linda Hobar The collapse of the Soviet Union is one of the most unprecedented events in modern history! How did it happen and why does it matter? Join Linda Lacour Hobar, author of The Mystery of History, for a sobering look at the founding of the Soviet Union to its shocking early dissolution. This […]
Speaker: Dr. Rebecka Spencer It’s no secret that when it comes to literacy instruction, Phonological Awareness, Phonics, Vocabulary, Reading Fluency, and Comprehension all are keys to unlocking the dyslexic brain. But there is another KEY component that we need to be including in our literacy lessons of our dyslexic and struggling learners homeschool lessons if […]